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Released: Dec 14, 2008
Updated: Dec 16, 2008 by Wouterv
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Release Notes

December 14 2008 release of the WSS3 Workflow Tools.

To start using the framework please refer to the sample project provided in the installation. More documentation will follow soon.

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Reviews for this release

This is a very useful framework. I believe it saved me a lot of time. There was no way that I was going to do my SharePoint workflows from scratch. I look forward to this project as it matures.
by ejwettstein on May 12, 2009 at 2:56 PM
SharePoint workflow developers have been waiting for a tool like this for a long time. This is a brilliant idea that gets around the difficulties of developing ASPX pages hosted in SharePoint, and allows you to concentrate on the workflow development itself. The project developers provide very rapid support, too, and quickly helped me around the very few issues I've encountered.
by rdcpro on Apr 8, 2009 at 7:32 PM
Very good toolkit. Simplifies using aspx form in workflow and provides the ability to use design mode using ascx controls to build the pages.
by coupalm on Feb 15, 2009 at 6:35 PM
The only toolkit out there that streamlines the development of rich SharePoint workflow forms, without relying on the rather limited functionality of InfoPath. This high quality toolkit has made my life easier. The team deserves every praise, and is a testimony of their skill and expertise.
by oasif on Feb 3, 2009 at 12:55 AM
I recently deployed an expandable forms processing workflow system using this framework enterprise-wide. It's in front of nearly 2000 clients day in and day out. This framework allowed me to painlessly sidestep the limitations imparted by the dodgy support MOSS has for InfoPath forms as Workflow Tasks without breaking my neck writing plumbing code. I'd give it 8 stars if I could.
by dolan on Jan 19, 2009 at 6:08 PM